Caledonia Park Welcomes Starbucks to F&B line up
Railpen, one of the largest pension managers in the UK, has announced Starbucks has opened at Caledonia Park, the premier designer outlet village in Scotland.
Located adjacent to Pizza Express and Next, the 2,000 sq ft space joins recently opened Burger King as the destination continues to expand its F&B offering, and creates twenty new jobs for local people in the region. The menu features a range of Starbuck’s ethically-sourced quality coffees, pastries, and sandwiches, as well as its seasonal summer menu items such as its Dragon Fruit Refresha, delivering a tried, tested and successful grab-and-go offer for visitors.
Gordon Campbell, Operations Director at Starbucks, said: “We are excited to have opened a new space at Caledonia Park for the destination’s dedicated visitors. Our new location is well suited to represent our heritage as a brand, offering a new community our signature food and drinks. We are thrilled to be able to keep investing and growing our business in the local area, and we are pleased to be a part of this thriving and evolving community.”
Maria Averkina, Asset and Development Manager at Railpen, also commented: “Starbucks provides a solid F&B option for our visitors, and with the recent opening of Burger King, we are continuing to see our long-term strategy for Caledonia Park come to the forefront with the creation of a strong convenience hub. Starbucks adds yet another successful brand to our tenant mix, and we’re pleased to have them at Caledonia Park.”
Johnstone Property Consultants and Time Retail Partners acted for Caledonia Park, while Starbucks dealt direct.